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Table 1 Radiomic data for differential diagnosis of low-grade vs high-grade gliomas

From: Correction to: Advanced imaging in adult diffusely infiltrating low-grade gliomas

ParametersLow-grade gliomaHigh-grade gliomaCut of valueRef (Range)Ref
rCBVmaxLowHigh1.76 [10, 19] (0.94–3.34) [9,10,11, 19,20,21]
rCBVMDLowHigh1.44 [22] (1.08–1.81) [22]
nADCminHighLow1.07 × 10−3 mm2/s [24] (0.31–1.31) [23,24,25,26,27,28]
Cho/Cr ratioLowHigh1.56 [19] (1.3–2.04) [28,30,31]
MKMDLowHigh0.17 [28] (0.11–0.28) [28]
FATCLowHigh0.3 [25] (0.14–0.63) [25]
MDminHighLow0.98 mm2/s [25] (0.76–0.91) [25]
ktransLowHigh1.18 [22] (0.91–1.45) [22]
VeLowHigh1.43 [22] (1.06–1.80) [22]
ITTS grade1.22.6NA [9]
APT signal (%)LowHigh2.23% [15] (1.53%–3.70%) [15]
  1. rCBVmax maximum relative cerebral blood volume, rCBVMD standardized mean difference of rCBVmax,nADCmin Normalized minimum apparent diffusion coefficient, Cho/Cr Choline/Creatine, MKMD mean difference in mean kurtosis, FATC Odds ratio of fractional anisotropy in the tumor core, MDmin Minimum mean diffusivity, ktrans standardized mean difference of volume transfer coefficient, Ve standardized mean difference of volume fraction of extravascular extracellular space, ITTS Intratumoral susceptibility score, APT Percent amide proton transfer signal